Wednesday, August 26, 2015

MA Educator Effectiveness Guidebook for Inclusive Practice

The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recently released the MA Educator Effectiveness Guidebook for Inclusive Practice. This Guidebook created by Massachusetts educators, includes tools for districts, schools and educators that promote evidence based best practices for inclusion aligned to the principles of UDL, PBIS and Social and Emotional Learning. Tools found in the Guidebook support inclusive practice in the areas of: Goal Setting, Observations and Feedback, Artifact Collection, Student Feedback, Staff Feedback, Master Scheduling, Common Assessments and more. To access the Guidebook, click here.

This will be a review year for the document. Due to this, ESE is seeking to partner with educators at the classroom, school and district level to provide feedback on the usefulness and impact of the tools and information presented in the Guidebook. Any suggestions or comments may be sent to


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